Recording jam sessions with the Pi

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beto
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Recording jam sessions with the Pi

Postby beto » Thu May 11, 2017 4:11 am

I did a small Raspberry Pi project called "JellyJamPreserve". It uses the Jack Timemachine to record audio on the toggle of a switch. It continuously records audio into a 5 minute circular buffer, and when the switch is turned on the buffer is dumped to a file and it starts recording audio to the file until the switch is turned off. In other words, if you turn the switch on at 1:05 pm and turn it off at 1:30 pm you will have an audio file with a recording from 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm.

I have it on the Tape Out of my mixer, recording everything from all the gear in my studio. I had the idea when a friend was playing with one of my synths, and I decided to record but I had already lost the beginning.

You can download it from https://github.com/robertodealmeida/jellyjampreserve. Enjoy!

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Re: Recording jam sessions with the Pi

Postby ivette.carlier » Wed May 31, 2017 10:40 am

Good job. I've taken a look at it and it's pretty well done. Like it!


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